A look at what sources I use for free stock photos for my blog, including Creative Commons licensed and public domain images.
I offer tips on how to attribute Creative Commons images found online, as well as errors to avoid in attribution, with several photos as examples.
Flickr’s announced plans to limit free accounts to 1000 photos, plus changes to Flickr Pro. I give my thoughts on this, plus look at Flickr alternatives.
A look at several free sources of LGBTQ friendly photos, including Pixabay, Flickr, and Creative Commons.org.
Professional photo hosting site SmugMug has announced it’s bought Yahoo-owned photo host Flickr. Will they bring any changes or benefits?
Since even stock photography should be diverse, here’s a list of several websites offering stock photos featuring people of color.
I make use of Creative Commons licensed photos for my blog when possible. Here’s a look at some excellent sites offering such free images.
90s online giant Yahoo is finally at the end of the road as an independent company. It’s being sold to Verizon for $4.8 billion.
Creative Commons photos are quite useful for websites and bloggers, but do require attribution for their creators to be included. This[…]
Yahoo, the owners of photo hosting site Flickr, has announced it’s bringing back Flickr Pro subscriptions. A few years ago,[…]